check out www.option.com , they're a Belgian company (EuroLand) that
ship next-day ups for free. They do palm modems and the relevant
connections. Reasonable prices too.
Personally I'd recommend having the IR capability if you can, it's far
cheaper, and less hassle to configure.
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: RE: [ILUG] Nokia phones and Linux
>>> > It can easily be done using gnokii,
> > I have it working to my 6150 over IR, and the 5110 has the same level of
> > data support !
>> Just while we're talking about mobile phones: I want to buy a mobile
> that I can use with my Palm pilot - I've heard that certain vendors
> a cable that can connect from the data port on the phone to the serial
> on the palm - I DON'T WNAT TO USE IR -
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